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Mark Lee OTI Staff on Episode 551: It Would Be Easier If “Raiders of the Lost Ark” Were Awful

I wanted to expand on the idea of the plot of Raiders as farce, or more generally, a sequence of events not to… more

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Charlie X Member on Episode 551: It Would Be Easier If “Raiders of the Lost Ark” Were Awful

Listening to the Slate piece… they’re not entirely wrong. That’s the thing with a ‘problematic fave’. I admit… more

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yellojkt Member on Episode 550: The Birds and the Bees and the Buzzers

I’ve long held the theory that the common conjunction of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune makes a certain synergistic… more

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John C Member on Episode 550: The Birds and the Bees and the Buzzers

Ooh, you know? I’d probably watch the action at what I imagine to be the Merv Griffin Memorial Debtors’ Prison.… more

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Liffer Member on Episode 550: The Birds and the Bees and the Buzzers

Oh cruelest of ironies! I finally got through my backlog of OTI podcasts (which was embarrassingly long) only to… more

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Mike O on Episode 549: How Do We Never Forget?

1. ‘Its not on wikipedia, so it’s not based in fact’
Ugh…

2. Powerful incompetent people exist. They’re called… more

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John C Member on Episode 549: How Do We Never Forget?

The narrative picked out by the podcast is one of the reasons I generally dismiss modern political movies: It… more

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Ben Adams OTI Staff on Episode 547: In Cherry Tree Lane the Cherry Blossoms Grow

Wrather is 100% right that the correct ending to the movie was to have the hand drawn 10 £ note be the stock certificates.… more

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Mark Lee OTI Staff on Episode 549: How Do We Never Forget?

Wrather, were you intentionally pronouncing “paprika” UK style?

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/pronunciation/english/paprika

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Three Act Destructure on Episode 549: How Do We Never Forget?

This may be the only film I’ve ever seen about a schemer that doesn’t enjoy its own central character’s schemes.

It… more

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Junji Ito’s Eyes

There’s something about the eyes in a Junji Ito drawing that creates a subtle atmosphere of horror even when nothing horrific is happening.